Aman Saini
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First of all, we ideated on how to solve the problem of people when they are stuck in the airport while finding a restroom, food services, terminals, etc. After asking a couple of people we came to the conclusion that the biggest problem they face is understanding the Map of the airport as it is very complicated for anyone. So, our solution was to provide navigation through AR mapping. This would help users to get real-time directions of their desired places. We also added various terminals in our AR map so that user could board his next flight easily. Similarly, we also added various food services available at the airport where users can spend their time before boarding his/her next flight.
First of all, we ideated on how to solve the problem of people when they are stuck in the airport while finding a restroom, food services, terminals, etc. After asking a couple of people we came to the conclusion that the biggest problem they face is understanding the Map of the airport as it is very complicated for anyone. So, our solution was to provide navigation through AR mapping. This would help users to get real-time directions of their desired places. We also added various terminals in our AR map so that user could board his next flight easily. Similarly, we also added various food services available at the airport where users can spend their time before boarding his/her next flight.

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Hey Aman. Overall Design is great but there is something you can improve on the first screen you have added a search bar for entering your airport I you can remove that because the app will automatically fetch on which airport he/she is and you can also add his/her tickets so he/she can show if this is any problem user lost his tickets so can show on mobile, one most important this is not clear on this app from which terminal user will get the next flight, the second screen is good if we talk about only UX but you can improve UI on that you can also add some boundaries give some alert that doesn't go far form this area otherwise it's hard to get back on the terminal on time talking about the third screen is nice but in the bottom instead of on Popular Search you can add the same reference like Pizza Hut, Domino's because if user click on the Mcdonalds it means the user is looking for food so the show is the same reference like food restaurant talking about the fourth screen is most important you have don the great job adding AR so users can go and find anything thing easily without asking anyone else these are the thing I think you can improve but overall design is good simple to use and user-friendly Thank You !
Fantastic work.
Hi Aman, well done on this weeks challenge, I feel you have created a great solution to the problem with an easy-to-use interface. Your colour palette works well together and is consistent throughout the design. The onboarding screen quickly allows the user to input their connecting airport without the fuss of needing to know their flight detail, this can be a huge benefit if the user has been on a long journey and their flight details are tucked away in a bag or lost in their emails. From the home page, users can search their desired location or quickly access lists based on the challenge’s 3 user problems - the location of their gate, where to get food and the toilet. I like that there is a Popular Search list, as the user might be unsure of what restaurants are available to them in a foreign airport. A suggestion would be to have the popular searches as a carousel instead of a list - as it could become repetitive scrolling past popular terminals & POIs to find your terminal that’s at the bottom of the list. I think there is potential here to add the distance at a glance so the user doesn’t need to open a POI to see how far away it is. You could also add an overview map, so the user can see where POIs are around them before navigating to them. On the details page, the carousel provides an opportunity to show off the restaurant interior and menu items. The rating is good addition, as the user will want to be reassured of how well the service is. Detailing the estimated time and distance is another bonus to help choose somewhere convenient to eat. For me personally, I have difficulty with the text size in some places, such as the ‘minutes’ / ‘m’ and the category names underneath the POIs on the previous page. If this was a size or 2 bigger, it would be a huge benefit to visually impaired users. From here the user can access directions that highlights POIs and the route through their camera, this prevents the user getting lost or confused by a 2D flat-lay map, a clever idea! Overall a well presented solution! If you have any queries, feel free to drop me a message on IG ☺️ Best of luck with the competition Aman, look forward to seeing more from you 🔥
Looks really great, especially the AR idea. However, I agree with Saily on the location of the back button. Also, you have said that GPS location permissions haven't been given to the app, then how will the app know our current location and determine the distance to it, without first knowing our surroundings (i.e. in the 3rd screen). Nevertheless, looks amazing.
Great initiative
Great Initiative taken by you Go head good work done by you
Great initiative 🙌🙌
Seems like a very interactive UI. Unique idea.. 🙌🏻
Thanks @Saily Natekar for giving such a great insight on my submission. Okay to answer that adding similar places rather than popular places is a great suggestion. My thinking behind it was that for the first timers popular search could give them a idea of most visited places and that's also the reason I have put the places-screen as screen after inputting airport. So for the auto detection of the airport, it would be done when someone gives access to GPS, though I haven't a dedicated screen for it but will definitely add it in prototype. Putting back on right side, According to me is wrong but this thought clicked me after reading your comment 😅. Thanks again✌️✌️
Amazing work with a great thought 👏 keep it up
Hey Aman. Overall it's a really good design with a great thought process! I liked that we can navigate to a desired location using AR and brownie points on this that you get signs that there are other POIs too that we might be interested in going to. I liked that you can even see the total rating of a particular place as well. I can also see that users can find Popular Searches on the same screen as well, which I think may not be suited for that screen. Instead, I would like to see similar places to it because now you know that I might be interested in having some food. Makes sense? I am also wondering if the screen with the search box is the very 1st screen after you enter your airport? If yes, how will I get to know what places exist inside the airport for me to discover them? So, you can improve on that part too. Coming to the first screen, does it also auto detect what airport I am currently at to reduce friction in the process? I can also see that you have put back navigation on the right side of the screen which I feel would limit the familiarity for a user. Visually, you have done a great job, looks fresh. But I think you can improve a bit on the colours part too. Good Luck for this competition.
Nice
Thanks, Paras Bansal, Mohit and Utsav.
Terminals would really help while boarding next while, nice design thinking. A very user-friendly approach.
Really liked the plan user friendly design and the creativity in the AR screen. UI grabs the attraction of user and seems to be made with grid principles and minimalist color schema!
Really liked the indication of desired places in AR view. Nice and clean UI.